Prominent LGBT Activist to Run for Chile Congress

A prominent LGBT rights advocate in Chile has announced he is running for a seat in the country’s congress. Luis Larraín, who is the co-founder and former president of Fundación Iguales, declared his candidacy for the Chilean House of Deputies in an interview that La Tercera, a Chilean newspaper. Larraín, 36, is a member of

First transgender woman, Geraldine Roman, elected to Philippine Congress

A transgender woman, on Monday became the first openly LGBT person elected to the Philippine Congress. With nearly 90 percent of the votes tallied, Geraldine Roman defeated Danny Malana by a 96,004 – 59,428 vote margin in the race to represent the Bataan Second Legislative District in the Philippine House of Representatives. Roman is a

Image of M. Schulz used to promote homophobia in Lithuania

As the Lithuanian presidential elections and the European Parliament elections are approaching, ex-president of Lithuania Rolandas Paksas, who was impeached and removed on corruption charges in 2004, has started a misleading pre-election campaign. Not to mention the fact that R.Paksas’ electioneer address him as a President, trying to re-establish his political prestige and to veil